Elections, Polls

New Poll: Labour in, Religious Zionism out

A new Lazar-Maariv poll shows relative stability among the parties over the past three months, with the coalition shrinking somewhat and the opposition bloc increasing slightly.

Israeli elections. Illustration. (Photo: Melinda Nagy/Shutterstock)

A new Maariv-Lazar poll shows Netanyahu's coalition shrinking slightly and Gantz's coalition increasing at the same time, with Labour passing the electoral threshold and Religious Zionism failing to.

If the elections were held today, Gantz's State Camp would get 29 seats, Likud 20, Yesh Atid 14, Otzmah Yehudit 10, Shas 9, UTJ 7, Yisrael Beytenu 11, Hadash-Ta'al 6, Ra'am 5, Labour 4, Meretz 5.

Balad, Religious Zionism, and Sa'ar's New Right do not pass the electoral threshold.

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